Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine analyzed the status of implementation of international technical assistance projects in 2018 on the basis of monitoring provided by their beneficiaries. It should be noted that international technical assistance encapsulates resources and services provided by donors on a free-of-charge and irrevocable basis in order to support Ukraine in accordance with international treaties.
During 2018, technical assistance projects worth $ 6.6 billion were implemented in Ukraine (including 10 projects worth $ 3.1 billion funded from the Chernobyl Shelter Fund and the Nuclear Safety Account).
Traditionally, the largest donors in Ukraine in 2018 were: the United States - more than $2 billion (124 projects), EBRD - $759.7 million (44 projects), the European Union- $522.3 million (235 projects), Germany - $386.9 million (39 projects), and Canada - $ 152.3 million (18 projects).
At the same time, the distribution of financing within the framework of international technical assistance in the areas of target use in 2018 is as follows: national security and defense - $ 1.2 billion (28%), nuclear safety (excluding the Chernobyl fund) -$ 819.1 million (20%), governance and civil society - $ 509.8 million (12%), restoration of Donbas and support for internally displaced persons - $356.7 million (9%), regional development - $334.7 million (8%), power engineering and energy efficiency - $262 million (6%), healthcare - $137 million (3%), education and science - $120.8 million (3%).